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Teen injured when ATV struck by vehicle
07/18/2019

(KNZA)--A St. Joseph, Missouri teenager was injured Wednesday evening when his all-terrain vehicle was struck by a vehicle in southern Buchanan County.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says 17-year-old Dylan Couldry was northbound on the I-29 Frontage Road at Faucett when he failed to yield to a westbound SUV on Highway DD after stopping at a stop sign.  The SUV struck the front of the ATV, ejecting Couldry.  

Couldry was transported to Mosaic Life Care in St. Joseph with what were described as moderate injuries.

The Patrol says he was spared major injury by wearing protective head gear.

The driver of the SUV, 23-year-old St. Joseph resident Kaitlyn Doolan, was not hurt.

The wreck was reported around 6:30 Wednesday evening.   

 

 

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